Lung Cancer Education Resources


Lung Cancer Circle of Hope is committed to eradicating the myths surrounding lung cancer. They are working to create knowledge and awareness of lung cancer by providing educational programs to the community at large. Working closely with public policy makers, they seek to increase research funding and help to shape policy decisions that impact lung cancer.


With Every Breath: A Lung Cancer Guidebook was written for people who have recently been diagnosed with lung cancer and their loved ones. Living with lung cancer is a family matter. The person with the disease and all his or her loved ones are affected by the disease in one way or another.

Don’t Guess. Test

Lung Cancer patients have options for treatments today that didn’t exist just a decade ago. Without comprehensive genomic testing, patients may miss out on these important treatment options. “Don’t Guess. Test.” is an initiative aimed to expand awareness and educate patients about precision medicine and the importance of comprehensive genomic testing in lung cancer.

United we test

Lung Cancer Profiles is a growing movement of patients and advocates. We’re here to encourage everyone fighting non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) to explore how molecular testing could guide their treatment plans.

Ready. Raise. Rise.

Ready. Raise. Rise. aims to raise awareness about Immuno-Oncology, a rapidly evolving area of cancer research, and empower individuals to make a difference by raising money for patient advocacy groups that support people fighting cancer.

LiveLung is a web portal created for the purpose of strengthening the lung cancer community. LiveLung helps unite nonprofits with those new to the lung cancer community. LiveLung encourages advocates and volunteers to connect with an organization best matching their interests, in addition to serving the needs of people fighting lung cancer.

the lung cancer project

The Lung Cancer Project aims to determine if subconscious biases exist for lung cancer, and if so, to understand why people are biased, how those biases impact lung cancer care and to address misperceptions of lung cancer.